Background Notes : Guyana

Background Notes : Guyana

There are 16 comments on the Scoop story from Mar 4, 2009, titled Background Notes : Guyana. In it, Scoop reports that:

Thursday, 5 March 2009, 1:21 pm Press Release: US Department of State - Background Note Background Notes : Guyana Guyana March 2009 Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs PROFILE OFFICIAL NAME: Co-operative ...

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steve jaikissoon

Westfield, MA

#1 Mar 13, 2009
I think Guyana is a beautifl and we should develop our country make it safe so that people would want to move back.
doctor x

Peterborough, Canada

#2 Mar 18, 2009
hi,steve thats true of you,so when would you be going back Home
steve jaikissoon

Westfield, MA

#3 Apr 28, 2009
doctor x wrote:
hi,steve thats true of you,so when would you be going back Home
don't know when!
steve jaikissoon

Westfield, MA

#4 Apr 28, 2009
Don't know!
steve jaikissoon

Westfield, MA

#5 Apr 28, 2009
Maybe we should have everyone get together and meet up somewhere.
Observer

Georgetown, Guyana

#6 Apr 28, 2009
Guyana is indeed a magnificent and scenic country...we are known for our hospitality and good nature...

Having our people come back home isn't a bad idea...we are more modernize, productive and prosperous compared to the past...
we have more employment and job opportunities...investments are just spring out of their nests and we are seeing our nation developing rapidly...
Observer

Georgetown, Guyana

#7 Apr 29, 2009
Guyana through out the years have experienced many shock waves pertaining to governance...
It was only when the PPP took power and settled Guyana back on her feet...

Investments have alot to play in our economy's development...we need to support new investment and challenge over seers in showing them how a country should be governed...
PatriotGY

Georgetown, Guyana

#8 May 2, 2009
Look at the attendance for school... Attendance--primary 93.6%, secondary 93%. Literacy--96.5% of adults who have attended school. The fact that school is compulsory up to the age of 14 has ensured that most Guyanese have a sound education. The education sector in Guyana is flourishing.
PatriotGY

Georgetown, Guyana

#9 May 2, 2009
Indeed Guyana is a beautiful country known for its rain forest. The wild life attracts many visitors. The tourism sector is growing.
PatriotGY

Georgetown, Guyana

#10 May 2, 2009
Scientists and researchers have frequented here in search for new species of plants and animals and new medicines. Some have been successful in their quests and have been returning since bringing others along with them. Guyana has alot of potential.
tyron

Georgetown, Guyana

#11 May 4, 2009
PatriotGY wrote:
Look at the attendance for school... Attendance--primary 93.6%, secondary 93%. Literacy--96.5% of adults who have attended school. The fact that school is compulsory up to the age of 14 has ensured that most Guyanese have a sound education. The education sector in Guyana is flourishing.
More and more jobs have become accessible to Guyanese because of the rise in our educational standard. We see more courses being offered us and more opportunities to qualify ourselves in diverse fields due to the interest the Govt. is showing in enhancing our educational system.
tyron

Georgetown, Guyana

#12 May 4, 2009
Guyana is presently being described as “God’s Garden”. This is wonderful……..

“Cats & dogs can live together.”

Since: Mar 08

Georgetown, Guyana

#13 May 28, 2009
steve jaikissoon wrote:
I think Guyana is a beautifl and we should develop our country make it safe so that people would want to move back.
Yes, Guyana needs more people to assist with the development of the nation. Everyone has a vital role to play.
Positive Vybez

Georgetown, Guyana

#14 Jun 25, 2009
steve jaikissoon wrote:
I think Guyana is a beautifl and we should develop our country make it safe so that people would want to move back.
Indeed we are developing but there are a lot of Hypocrite and Negative individuals rejecting and neglecting the work improvements being done .

Since: May 09

Georgetown, Guyana

#15 Jun 25, 2009
Positive Vybez wrote:
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Indeed we are developing but there are a lot of Hypocrite and Negative individuals rejecting and neglecting the work improvements being done .
Guyana is progressing day by day, the only interference we have in our way towards success is the oppositions negativity and hatred towards the government...what they lack to understand is that they are the ones keeping back the country and they need a change in attitude if they really want Guyana to go somewhere!!!

Since: May 09

Georgetown, Guyana

#16 Jun 25, 2009
Recently if we are abreast with the news we would have noticed that the President is still working towards avoiding deforestation, saving our forest and averting climate change...we cannot take this matter as a petty situation, it involves our well being as well as our country's...

Guyanese should stand out and support H.E Jagdeo in his struggle to avoid deforestation in Guyana...

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